ADVISORY: SEOUL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION MEDICAL CORPS PROVIDES FREE MEDICAL CARE TO FOREIGN WORKERS

By: Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines, Seoul

The Philippine Embassy wishes to inform the public that the Seoul Medical Association Medical Corps, a social welfare foundation, provides free medical care and services to foreign workers in South Korea every Sunday from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Seoul Medical Association Center (please see the attached document for directions).

The organization provides check-ups for internal medicine, psychiatry, orthopedics, gynecology, ophthalmology, ENT (ear, nose and throat), dermatology, urology, family medicine, radiology, dental, and other services.

They also provide laboratory tests including blood, urine, ultrasound, x-ray, and cervical cancer tests. Special imaging tests such as CT scan, MRI, and MAMMO are also conducted if accompanied by a request from another hospital.

To avail of the free check-up and medical services, please bring your passport or alien registration card (ARC)

For the complete list of services that the group can provide, as well as to request for other information, please call them directly at (02) 2676-9030 or email them at [email protected] END.